Wendy Williams fans are again in an uproar after the series’ cancellation

Wendy Williams hasn’t had a good day, week, month, or year. While there are reports that Williams is reportedly planning to step away from her television show, she’s also faced a few obstacles along the way. Back in March, the social talk show host denied that her health and finances were in turmoil, telling Good Morning America she had “the mind and body of a 25-year-old.” Despite her claims, Williams’ fight with Wells Fargo got quite messy in May when a judge appointed a guardian to handle her financial affairs.

However, Williams’ attorney LawShawn Thomas said at the time (via The Shadow Room), “Wendy has made it very clear that she doesn’t want a financial guardian telling her what she can and can’t do with her money.”

That said, it sounds like more trouble is brewing for Williams as her fans once again stumble upon the news that she’s being “cancelled” yet again.

Wendy Williams fans can no longer view clips on YouTube

According to reports, fans of The Wendy Williams Show can no longer tune in to their gossip online. Entertainment Tonight says YouTube has completely removed The Wendy Williams Show page along with its extensive archive of clips and interviews dating back more than 13 years. As if that weren’t enough, Variety also notes that the .com domains wendywilliamsproduction and wendyshow have been pulled from the web, suggesting Williams’ online legacy has seemingly vanished without a trace. This prompted many fans to express their disappointment, and even outrage, at not having access to Williams’ earlier footage.

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Of course, it didn’t take long for Williams fans to respond to the news on Twitter. Many of them wrote comments such as, “I urge the United States Congress to open a full investigation into the deletion of the Wendy Williams Show YouTube page.” Another person cheekily said, “No more Wendy Williams after shows on YouTube… this could be your greatest crime yet, Wells Fargo.” So far, Williams hasn’t issued a statement about the move herself, but with plans to launch her own podcast soon, there’s a good chance they’ll address the YouTube controversy and more becomes.